This story by H.G. Wells, is about a time traveler and also about the extension of class distinctions from Wells' time into the far future. The Eloi are the descendants of the idle rich whose needs are taken care of by the Morlocks, the workers. The Morlocks, who dwell underground, have a need for fresh meat. When there is no moon, the Morlocks own the night. The text for this story may be found at www.gutenberg.org. Search authors for Wells, H.G.. The book had no chapter titles. I created the chapter titles to aid the reader.
December 15, 2010 Subject:
Morlock n Load !
I never tire of reading or listening to this fantastic adventure story.
Excellent reading from Roy !
January 4, 2007 Subject:
"The Time Machine" by H. G. Wells, read by Roy Trumbull
Roy Trumbull does a great job of conveying the mystery and excitement of this classic work, which is still fresh even after nearly 110 years. In addition to introducing the concept of time travel, H. G. Wells reminds us that the end result of evolution is not so obvious.
I listen to dozens of audio books a year, and this is an outstanding example.